The Fantasy totally dwarfs the Disney Cruise Terminal at Terminal 8. It hought the Magic was big!
There are guides everywhere making sure you get into the right lane for passenger drop off or luggage drop-off/car park.
Our Castaway Club stateroom gift and Disney Vacation Club news await us.
Our deluxe family verandah stateroom #9608. The desk/dresser actually had more drawers and cabinets than the the two of us needed.
Queen sized bed with day blanket and duvet.
The famour red pillow everyone seems to love. It has the scroll work and Mickey emblem from the ship's bow on the front for day use, and the phrase "A dream is a wish your heart makes" on the reverse for night use.
Our verandah. Perfectly fine for two.
Jim, surveying the Atrium.
The stained glass chandalier is 10 feet in diamer, evoking peacock colors and plummage, and as adorned with 60,000 Swarovski crystal beads.
A beautiful evening and calm Atlantic await us at the end of the channel.
Jim is double fisting!
We make a gentle wake as we head Southeast. The lifeboat provide nice color, and are in "Mickey Yellow." Disney secured permission from the International Maritime Organization to deviate from their required orange when they proved that Mickey Yellow was more visible at sea.
Starboard side lit up at night.
Another starboard, lifeboat, water shot. I seem to like these!
Beautiful blue ocean from our venadah.
The atrium of the Fantasy on a quiet Sunday afternoon. You can see how the grand staircase opens out onto peacock plummage in the carpet.
Satellite falls at night.
The Atrium on formal night.
Lobby area outsidet the Walt Disney Theatre.
Family pool area with the night movie on the giant screen.